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Late last month, Republican firebrand Ann Coulter spoke at Homocon, an event organized by GOProud, an organization of gay conservatives. In her remarks, she tried to convince gays and lesbians in attendance that they shouldn’t want, or have the right, to get married. The week before that, following her victory in the Delaware GOP primary,… READ MORE »


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Here is the video for Virgin Atlantic’s new global campaign and I have three things to say: 1) I am terrified of flying; 2) I have never done drugs; 3) but I imagine tripping looks something like this, which is just about the worst thing I could imagine while flying. Giant dancing forks, a flight… READ MORE »


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This dog is clearly my hates-to-bathe spirit animal. I feel ya, pup. [BuzzFeed] … READ MORE »


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Christine O’Donnell’s latest campaign ad — in which she ably reads a teleprompter in a monotone voice — has her proclaiming, “I’m not a witch.” She only dabbled, people, just like Bill Clinton smoked pot, but didn’t inhale. The Tea Party Senate candidate in the state of Delaware claims she will go to Washington… READ MORE »


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We were too young to watch the original “Wonder Woman” TV show, which ran from ’75 to ’79, but we still think she’s a badass! Lucky for us, Wonder Woman is coming back to TV and will be written by “Ally McBeal” creator David E. Kelley. Does this mean she’s going to see dancing babies? READ MORE »


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Despite seeing the horrors of the fast food industry in “Food Inc” and “Fast Food Nation,” we must admit that once in a very great while, we say “F**k it,” and stuff our face with a Big Mac while forcing ourselves to think of happy images of unicorns and dancing polar bears—anything but processed meat… READ MORE »


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Recently, I moved. Before I left my old place, I got rid of 90 percent of my stuff. So, in some ways, my moving experience wasn’t typical. But, I found, I did make a few common mistakes along the way. If I had it to do over again, there are a few pieces of moving… READ MORE »


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All good things must come to an end — and so it is with Cathy Guisewite’s comic strip, Cathy. After a 24-year run, Cathy said her final “ack” this past weekend. In the final strip, she and hubby Irving (whom she dated for, oh, 20 years) announce to Cathy’s parents that they’re having a baby… READ MORE »


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How is it that a homeless man with a Queen song and two Kermit puppets made me cry? Just watch the video and you’ll see. I feel like I understand the epic-ness of this guy’s struggle without him even saying a word … well, besides the sign that says he’s homeless with two kids. READ MORE »


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Two senators are blocking the creation of a women’s history museum in our nation’s capital because they are afraid it will become a shrine to abortion. I wish I was kidding. Sens. Tom Coburn (R-OK) and Jim DeMint (R-SC) put a “hold” on a bill that would sell land near the National Mall to build… READ MORE »


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This weekend, “The Social Network,” a scripted movie about Facebook’s origins, opens nationwide. In honor of this momentous-ish occasion, we’ll be re-running some of our Facebook-related content that you might have missed, illustrating the good, bad, and ugly things the social networking site has brought into our previously status update-free lives. The piece below originallyREAD MORE »


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This weekend, “The Social Network,” a scripted movie about Facebook’s origins, opens nationwide. In honor of this momentous-ish occasion, we’ll be re-running some of our Facebook-related content that you might have missed, illustrating the good, bad, and ugly things the social networking site has brought into our previously status update-free lives. The piece below originallyREAD MORE »


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